Logona Herbal Hair Colours Golden Blonde

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Logona Herbal Hair Colours Golden Blonde

Golden Blonde --suitable for white hair, that is 80- 100% grey hair

Result : Blonde Hair

Grey hair is white hair and white hair is grey hair

Not suitable for any dark shades

Logona Herbal Hair Colours are made from henna and plants including beetroot and walnut shells and have No Phenylenediamine (PPD), Phenol or HC Reds or Sodium Picramate or any  chemicals in them.

These colours are made using plants only and will leave your hair with added body and lustre coating the hair shaft only. Henna can also help with psoriasis and dandruff. Applying the herbal hair colours to grey hair will not show a dark color however will add color to the natural hair.

Always shampoo, no conditioner before application. Apply to dry hair and sit in the sun or apply heat over plastic cap and towell with a dryer.

Leave for at least one hour.

All Logona Herbal Hair Colors are BDIH Certified and Natrue certified and are 100% plant color only. No synthetic Preservatives, fragrances, or colors...


Mix Golden Blonde  powder with boiling water to yoghurt consistency

Shampoo hair twice

Dry hair – mostly dry

Apply colour with an application brush

Cover with plastic cap and towel

Heat with hand dryer for a few minutes

Leave 30 mts - reheat for a few minutes and then leave a further 30mts  

Total leave on time is one hour
Rinse off with Logona colour conditioner

Maintenance on Grey hair 
Apply to roots only each month

Important tip !! Applying to the roots on grey hair only each month will eliminate any brassy colour and gives the ends a chance to ashen up – applying Golden Blonde all over all the time will give tooooo much gold


Algin, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba Oil), Parfum (Fragrance), [+/-Lawsonia Inermis*, Cassia Auriculata, Ramnus Frangula, Juglans Regia, Indigofera Tinctoria, Indigofera Argentea, Hibiscus Sabdariffa, Rheum Undulatum, Krameria Triandra, Coffea Arabica, Curcuma Longa, Beta Vulgaris]